Kanye West draws herd fans to Sunday Service in Wyoming where Nirvana songs are covered
Kanye West held his last Sunday Service in Cody, the Buffalo Bill Center in western Wyoming, where fans were treated to a free gospel singalong event, including some inspired by Nirvana songs.
The Runaway singer was attracted during the outdoor event with a yellow hooded sweatshirt, but did not perform, TMZ reported.
More than 3,000 fans packed the area near the Robbie Powwow garden at the Midwest plant, according to the local outlet, the Cody Enterprise.
Point of interest: Kanye West, 42, held his last Sunday Service in Cody, the Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Wyoming, where fans were treated to a free gospel sing-along event, including some inspired by Nirvana songs
Approximately 700 attendees formed long lines to make their way to the event with only the standing room, which the hip hop star took on the road after its origins in Southern California, TMZ reported.
West did not perform during the Sunday event, the outlet reported, although he had a choir of 80 people on hand to participate in the spiritual celebration.
The choir released a set with covers from Nirvana classics such as Come As You Are and Smells Like Teen Spirit, with a spiritual twist on the grunge staples.
It is the newest location where West has served after previous stints in Atlanta, Chicago and Dayton, Ohio. The innovative gatherings have drawn celebrities, including Brad Pitt, Idris Elba, Jaden Smith and Justin Bieber, among others.
Well attended: More than 3,000 fans packed the area near the Robbie Powwow garden at the Midwest plant, according to the local outlet, the Cody Enterprise
Innovative: the choir released a set with covers from Nirvana classics such as Come As You Are and Smells Like Teen Spirit, with a spiritual twist on the grunge staples
Splendor: the public united on a beautiful day at the Midwestern facility
A Instagram account under the handle & # 39; Codysundayservice & # 39; popped up with various photos and video clips from the event, including a piece of paper that looked like a fixed list for the day.
One of the songs on the magazine was Ultralight Beam, a 2016 song from his album The Life of Pablo. Other images showed the untouched terrain of the facility, with dozens of people in white T-shirts reading Sunday Service on the back.
Kanye sold T-shirts during the meeting, as well as an ash gray hooded sweatshirt that featured Wyoming Sunday Service.
West paid to rent the space at an unnamed price, Levi Meyer center of the West told Cody Enterprise. The rapper and wife Kim Kardashian recently purchased a farm about 11 miles from the location of the service.
Endeavor: West paid to rent the space for an undisclosed price, Levi Meyer of the Center of the West told Cody Enterprise
Souvenir: Shirts sold at the feature said the location at the front and the opportunity at the back
Star power: the Grammy winner did not call on fans to attend the meeting
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